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PALM MARKET – ORANGE, CALIFORNIA

Commercial and Retail
PALM MARKET – ORANGE, CALIFORNIA

The Palm Avenue Market was the re-imagining of a much beloved neighborhood market located within the City of Orange Historic District.  The design is conceived as reference to local neighborhood markets located within historic neighborhoods like New York City and Paris while paying specific homages to the City of Orange.

Portions of the interiors of the market were designed to be reminiscent of neighborhood candy stores and ice cream parlors.  One portion of the shelving will on certain days be dedicated to Orange Home Grown, the local Farmer’s Market.  A low wall of antique orange crates with labels from historic City of Orange packinghouses mark the entry to the building while masking the required ADA ramp into the market.

This project required the coordination with a number of City of Orange and County of Orange Public Agencies:

  • City of Orange Department of Planning – Historic Planner
  • City of Orange Building Department
  • City of Orange Fire Department
  • City of Orange Department of Public Works
  • Orange County Department of Environmental Health
CONCEPTUAL IMAGE BOARD FOR EXTERIOR

CONCEPTUAL IMAGE BOARD FOR EXTERIOR

CONCEPTUAL IMAGES BOARD FOR INTERIORS

CONCEPTUAL IMAGES BOARD FOR INTERIORS

CONCEPTUAL IMAGES BOARD FOR INTERIORS

CONCEPTUAL IMAGES BOARD FOR INTERIORS

CONCEPTUAL IMAGES BOARD FOR INTERIORS

CONCEPTUAL IMAGES BOARD FOR INTERIORS

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INITIAL CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES

EXTERIOR SKETCH

EXTERIOR SKETCH

FINAL EXTERIOR SKETCH

FINAL EXTERIOR SKETCH

FLOOR PLAN

FLOOR PLAN